Home News Congress buys more time for budget dispute News Congress buys more time for budget dispute By Reuters - March 17, 2011 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Congress on Thursday bought itself more time to work out a much-delayed budget deal as the costs of the stalemate were increasingly felt across the globe. Read the full story. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrintGoogleLike this:Like Loading... Related RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR FUBAR Trump won’t listen to tape of Khashoggi killing White House Trump won’t say if staff chief Kelly stays or goes Opinion Donald Trump: The stunted stunt man 2 COMMENTS If this Congress succeeds in getting through the rest of the fiscal year with only CRs to fund the government, look for a push to go to a biennial budget, to be followed eventually by a four-year budget cycle that would begin on the first of January following a regular Presidential inauguration on the preceding Jan 20. Time is running out. Period… . Keep procrastinating. Eventually you will not have to make any more decisions. Comments are closed.